For more information on how Plan operates, see our annual report and accounts.
Last year Plan’s work reached 84 million children and their families in 90,131 communities around the world, including over 1 million sponsored children.
Last year, we:
- trained 72,538 professional and volunteer teachers and school management staff
- supported the construction and rehabilitation of 2,152 schools
- trained 239,785 professional and volunteer health workers in childhood care and development and health management, benefiting 19,974 communities
- responded to 36 disasters and emergencies. At least 32 Plan countries have disaster risk reduction projects and 30 countries have carried out Plan's disaster preparedness process
- provided child protection training for 149,686 community members and 35625 members of staff of partner organisations
- trained 144,121 people in agricultural, vocational and business skills
- supported 5,366 microfinance organisations an 34,100 local savings and loan groups
- trained 86,809 community health workers and traditional birth attendants, benefiting 9,433 communities
- worked with 417,911 households to improve their sanitation facilities and helped communities build or refurbish 3,796 water points.
Last year, we:
- worked with 90,131communities with a total population of 174 million people
- had 3,573 collaborations with national and local government institutions, 1,682 collaborations with international and national NGOs, and 44,000 collaborations with locally based organisations and groups
- employed 9,330 people worldwide.
Read Plan UK's latest Annual Report for further information on Plan's impact.